6-Series GT: it's the 4-door version of the two-door version of BMW's executive 4-door. Wait, What?
So, they built the 5 series, right? Lovely car. They then figured "We ought to make a 2-door one because, well, wer're bored". So they built the 6.
Then, some tosser (Who must have been high at the time) thought "Wait, what if we made a 4-door 6-series?"
They already have a 4-door 6-series... It's called the 5 Series! So what's the freaking point?
On another BMW note- They've dropped Prialux from the DTM squad. Smart move. But why was he there in the first place? Lets take a look at some of the more successful people in the DTM
Mike Rockenfeller (Long time DTM driver, LMP1 driver)
Paul DiResta (Single-seater ace, F1 driver, wins DTM)
Tom Kristensen (Single-seater ace, LMP1 ace)
Gary Paffett (F1 test driver, long-time DTM driver)
Bernd Schnider (F1 driver)
Mika Hakkinen (F1 driver)
So, based on this list, it looks like a DTM car is more closely aligned with a single-seat, high-downforce car.
So rather than leaving Andy Prialux in a Touring car championship somewhere, stacking wins, they moved him to DTM where he did poorly. Same for Joey Hand, he was PHENOMENAL in a GTE car, and then they move him to DTM where he flounders around at the back. Silly.
BMW, pull your heads out of your asses.